Phased-locked loops (PLLs) are control systems that have become indispensable in today's electronic circuitry. This highly accessible handbook is an practical resource that electronics engineers and circuit designers will find invaluable when developing these systems. PLLs are highly complex to design and are just as difficult to test. To speed development and ensure effective testing, engineers can turn to this collection of practical solutions, SPICE listings, simulation techniques, and testing set-ups. The book offers in-depth coverage of monolithic phase-locked loops and the latest generation of PLLs, showing how to meet the demand for high-powered, low-cost electronics. Moreover, this cutting-edge volume examines the complexities and new technologies for integrating monolithic PLLs on a single chip.
About the Author
Stanley Goldman is a distinguished member of the technical staff at Texas Instruments, working in the Wireless Mixed Signals Product Group. A widely known author and presenter, holder of several patents, and a senior member of the IEEE, he holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University.
Table of Contents
Overview of PLL. System Analysis. System Requirements. Components: Oscillators and Dividers. Components: Detectors and Others. Loop Compensation Synthesis Revisited. Test and Measurement. Simulation. Applications and Extensions. Appendices.
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